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5 visual design adjustments that make better slides

Visual clarity (sometimes referred to as aesthetics) in presentation slide content is key to making better slides. Two slides having similar content. One is easy on the eyes. The other makes looking at it uncomfortable. Why? Sometimes it's just how we have positioned the slide content. Sometimes it' ...

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It tastes better with Chopsticks

They really do taste better with chopsticks. I am referring to Chinese dishes like steamed fish, fired mixed vegetables, rice, noodles, tim-sum, etc. At least for me, I must have chopsticks when eating in a Chinese restaurant. Without chopsticks, you don't get the authentic taste of real Chinese foo ...

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Slides are for SEEing. Reports are for READing.

Are your presentation slides really suitable for presentations? Or are they more of a report/document? It is easy to get trapped into adding too much content in our slides, especially if we rely on PowerPoint templates to create those slides. How do we then escape from Death by PowerPoint? ...

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Presentating uptrend data

A common method of showing trend data is to use a line chart to represent the data visually. A line chart can clearly show the direction of trends. The lines that go upward are trending up and lines that go downward are trending down. To make trend data visually more interesting we can use the 'Grow ...

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Give photos on your slides a 5-degree rotation

When everything is proper and orderly, it can turn out to be uninteresting... boring... dull... uneventful... dry... clich├ęd! This is how I sometimes felt when working with photos on my presentation slides. It is easy to just drop a photo in the placeholder of the slide template. But we can go a st ...

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Do not show 'Thank you' on your last slide

"We have come to the end of my presentation. Thank you for your time. I will take questions from the audience if there are any." And the final slide that we show is 'Thank you'. Is this the best message for the final slide? How does that create value as the take away message? ...

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